Leatt MTB 4.0 Enduro V21 Convertible helmet might not have the snappiest name, but it’s one of only a couple on the market with full DH certification.
The big selling point with the Leatt 2.0 Flat Pedal Shoe is the price and as such they’re an affordable step on the flat-pedal ladder.
Leatt DBX 4.0 Clip has good build quality – the upper has excellent water resistance and is easy to keep clean and as such is a good choice for winter.
Leatt’s velocity goggles use a headline-grabbing bulletproof lens. I don’t fancy being shot in the eyes to test it, but it definitely seems better than plenty of rivals at resisting…
Leatt is constantly expanding its accessory line and the latest addition is this 10-litre DBX Cargo trail pack. It’s at the top end when it comes to price, but it…
Leatt is another company using an in-house waterproof membrane in its Leatt MTB 5.0 jacket: HydraDri built into a three-layer, four-way stretch fabric.
The Leatt MTB 2.0 jacket is made from a generic laminate with claimed 5,000mm waterproofness and 5,000g/m2/24hr breathability figures.
Like most manufacturers, Leatt claims its new DBX 3.0 shoe for flat pedals has a soft rubber sole that is also wear and tear resistant.
Leatt DBX 4.0 joins the lightweight full face club, a helmet for enduro racing or bike park days, packed with big vents, comfy padding and other features.
Leatt DBX 5.0 All Mountain jacket is a jacket with one purpose in mind; to keep you protected from the most severe of weather conditions.
Put the Leatt DBX 3.0 Enduro on, the first thing you notice is now light it is. At 757g it’s only marginally heavier than the one-piece Fox Proframe.
The latest Leatt DBX 3.0 helmet has 18 vents, an angular profile and a quality, fully wrapped, matt finish that’s very durable.
Leatt produces two distinctive jerseys, both with a decidedly gravity-based slant. The DBX 4.0 UltraWeld we have here is the stripped back, lightweight version aimed at warmer weather riding. For…